I use this blog to reflect and distill my thinking about simulations and games for learning. I look for ready to use resources to quickly create active learning experiences that engage and inform. I also share, news, ideas, and just for fun.


Real World Monopoly

The Edge - simgames: "Real World Monopoly
In this version of the popular board game players start with different amounts of money and propertyto simulate the inequalities with which people start life. By simple majority vote, the players can change the rules of the game or invent new rules, but rule changes must apply to all players. (I wonder if this rule could be further added by allowing players with enough money to buy extra votes or use money to evade rules.) Note: This site has a youth ministry focus.

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